Then come with me on a stroll through our garden colony, where there are myriads of them right now. Before we begin, I'd like to dedicate this post to Deborah at Kilbourne Grove. She has a great blog and a fondness for snowdrops, and I learned the word "pleach" from her.
Here are some examples along the path leading to my allotment (click to enlarge any photo):
I especially like the snowdrops under the corkscrew hazelnut above, and the beautification of the compost silo below.
My neighbor has the most beautiful snowdrops in my immediate vicinity - the same neighbor who has the most beautiful dahlias and asters - I was lucky in my choice of location! Here are some photos, not that great since I didn't want to climb over the fence and he wasn't "home".
Snowdrops are certainly charming, but I think the other early spring flowers blooming at the same time are just as lovely. Here a brief impression of some of our crocuses and dwarf irises as final shot in this post: